Sanctuary, Inc.02/13/2016Carmen Garrido02/13/2016302/11/20163017+9, 10, 11, 12Suitable for Persons with Disabilities$8.00
Though the numbers have dropped slightly, obesity among Guam students still outweigh the national average. To combat the obesity issue, GDOE encourages both students and employees to include exercise and physical activity in the daily habits.
- Students will learn about the importance of exercise and physical activity for the benefit of their health.
- Students will develop awareness in ways to encourage to stay healthy.
- Students should be at Chamorro Village, locate Dr. Garrido for attendance before and after event. No student will receive service learning by 5:30 a.m.
- Students to complete the PARC process.
- Students to wear appropriate atheletic clothing and footwear (NO spandex, short-shorts, jeans, street clothes). Females must wear t-shirt over sport bra; males must wear t-shirt over shorts.
Students are expected to behave in a responsible and safe manner and adhere to all safety regulations and listen and follow directions from adult supervisors.
Issue AreaOverweight and obesity for Guam children (headstart to 12th grade) remain higher than the national average.
Agency DescriptionCommunity-based organization
Point of Contact Informations
Dr. Carmen Garrido, 488-6263, firstname.lastname@example.org
Comments about the Project Location
Students to meet with Dr. Garrido in front of Chamorro Village parking lot across Skinner Plaza; off of Marine Corps Drive.
J.P. Torres Alternative School
Education, Health Services, Social Welfare
Art, Music, Health, Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, Physical Science, Business, English, Math, Language Arts, Psychology , Chamorro
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